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international news _ 27th February, 2006

Mr C's Royal Prerogative

Text by Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)

London acid house pioneer turned globe-trotting, club owning proletyzing star DJ Mr C chatted to Skrufff this week about the expansion of his monthly club Superfreq to a Sunday night weekly and revealed that he attributes his relentlessly high energy levels to royal jelly.

"I'm very careful about what I eat, I don't eat junk food at all but the real lifesaver is royal jelly, if you take royal jelly every day you never get sick," he declared.

"The queen bee lives for six years despite being exactly the same animal as the worker bees which live for six months. I want what she's eating, please. It works."

The legendarily hardcore party animal said he'd successfully negotiated a full season on Ibiza last summer with the help of the herbal remedy and advised clubbers to take it every day with fruit juice.

"Also, if people are partying hard and they are 'consuming' it may be good to take a couple of anti-oxidants before you go out and a couple before you return home, It makes sure everything passes through the system really quickly and puts less stress on the kidneys and the organs generally," he added.

"I highly recommend anti-oxidants before and after partying, royal jelly in the morning once a day and for those that feel they're losing lots of seratonin, they need 5 HTP," C advised.

Fellow acid house survivor Justin Robertson told Skrufff he follows a far less disciplined regime, admitting "I tried royal jelly once and I remember a Roald Dahl story about it but that's about it."

"In fact, I looked in my bathroom cabinet just today actually and thought 'I've got all these herbs and potions but I very rarely take any of them."

"I do look after myself reasonably well, though I do drink quite a lot," he added, "but I don't party as much as I used to and I go to the gym two or three times a week and drink a lot of water. And I quite like cooking so I eat fairly healthily. Royal jelly though? Mmmmm. DJing and health are two things that are really quite hard to match," he suggested.

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